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The God's Not Dead franchise continues in God's Not Dead: We the People as Reverend Dave (White) is called to defend a group of Christian homeschooling families. He finds himself taken aback by the inferences of the government and believing that their right to educate their own children is a freedom worth fighting for, Reverend Dave is called to Washington DC to testify in a landmark congressional hearing that will determine the religious freedom in our country for years to come.
This is going to be a nice treat for us since we rarely do anything outside of sports (which we love) on work/school days. My teen is going to enjoy a weekday movie, for sure, and I hope you will too!
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I would love to see this. I can too, it's in Riverbank and that's not far from me.ReplyDelete
Have a fabulous day and weekend, my friend. ♥
I see myself watching this but not sure if my kids would be that interested.ReplyDelete
I've never heard of this movie. It sounds like a very uplifting film.ReplyDelete
Thanks for the review. Will wait for it!ReplyDelete
With the pandemic, I've seriously thought long and hard about homeschooling my child with preschool. So, this might be interesting to watch.ReplyDelete
This sounds like it’s going to be a great movie. I will definitely be watching this.ReplyDelete
Interesting! Very timely for sure as many parents want to home school and continue doing so with the recent resurgence of cases again during the pandemic. If a child passes all standardized state testing I do not see why they can't be homeschooled. It is especially beneficial for students who are autistic (I would know I taught Special Ed myself and while I was very understanding of all my students needs I know not all children encounter such compassion in their school environments, particularly public school).ReplyDelete
This is interesting.. Will be waiting for this to be shown here!ReplyDelete
We are definitely going to enjoy a weekday movie too! I can watch this movie over and over againReplyDelete
Looks like an amazing movie. I think I have only seen the first one, need to make sure I see all of these in the series!ReplyDelete
I'm not a religious person but I do believe that we have to draw positivity as much as we can from all the available sources around us these days.ReplyDelete
Awesome movie to watch. I've never watched it before. Will look into it more. Thank you for sharing!ReplyDelete
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If my girls were younger, in this current climate, I probably would have looked more into homeschooling. With Allison about to graduate though, I think we can hold out for one more year. I think the film sounds positive and uplifting, something we've been lacking on the screen for quite some time.ReplyDelete
I can't wait to see this movie! It sure is interesting and I am sure we will learn a lot from this.ReplyDelete
I remember watching the first film years ago and it was really uplifting and it will surely bring you faith back in cased you feel lukewarm.. I remember that debate between the student and his prof where he tries to prove God's existence.. So nice to see that it became a film series.. Hopefully we can see thisnon digital platforms tooReplyDelete
I've never heard of this series before - but it certainly sounds interesting. Nevertheless, I'm not religious at all so I hope it's not too indoctrinating ;-)ReplyDelete
Great trailer. I hope I can watch this movie soon. Seems like a good one.ReplyDelete
Nnniiiccceeeeee....the synopsis of it has keenly picked my attention. The upcoming holidays will be a great time to watch it!ReplyDelete